Saturday, November 28, 2015
Lately I have been thinking a lot about who I want to be and what I want with this life I am living. Fact is that I am a thinker and a dreamer and so that's what I do. Yesterday evening, just before I went to sleep, I made a list on which I wrote long- and short-term 'goals' that'll help me with becoming a better version of myself and with defining myself as a person. These things are very random and completely out of order as well. Let's go!
The Garda lake, 1,5 years ago. :)
Thursday, November 26, 2015
For English class I had to write a book review and so I decided to review my favorite book of all times: Breakable, by Tammara Webber and I decided to share it on my blog as well. I have already written a more personal (and less serious?) review about this book, which you can read right here.
Tammara Webber is the writer of the book Breakable, a whole new story that focuses on the male character, who was earlier introduced in the book Easy, in which the story was written from the female’s perspective. Easy is a tale of sisterhood. Breakable, on the other hand, is the story of how one boy turned into a man and his rocky path to adulthood.
Tuesday, November 24, 2015
I think I have a love/hate-relationship with tags. They're usually fun to answer and the more you make of your own answers, the more interesting it is to read. Though, I also 'see' tags as a sort of back-up for when you don't have the inspiration to write about something else. With this tag that's not really the case though, I really liked the questions when I read Hester's version of this tag on her blog. And so I'd like to answer them myself. So, here are some answers to questions I've never been asked before.
''Let me dream a little more and I'll be good for another night.''
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Society has changed a lot in the last 20 years, thanks to major technology developments, such as the Internet. In the past two decades, the World Wide Web has become a second world for us. A life without online communication has become unthinkable and some people even base their social life and self-esteem of their status on social media. The entrance of the Internet and social media have been a true break through and gave us more possibilities than we ever could’ve imagined, but it also has become a major flaw in today’s society.
Thanks to the Internet, it’s possible to communicate with people from all over the world, which can be a lot of fun. Via social media it’s easy to maintain contact with your friends and having online social media profiles can help you be creative and express yourself. On the first sight, social media seems to be something completely innocent, something fun, something to enrich your social life with, but in today’s society, it seems to have taken over our lives.
Sunday, November 08, 2015
For all the bloggers and writers out there: ever had moments where you knew what to write about, but didn't know how to start? That's my problem right now, though this is actually a way to start my blog post, haha. So, anyway, I thought it'd be nice to dedicate an article to my very own happiness, because damn, happiness is all around me lately and I feel so full of life and in peace with myself. It's great. In order to share my happiness with you, here's a list of the things that currently make me super happy!
This shirt from Zara also makes me really happy.
Monday, November 02, 2015
Inspired by Teske, I decided to create a 'mood board' for myself, to visualize my current dreams and goals. Instead of making a mood board the old school way (with scissors, glue and a bunch of old magazines), I decided to just use Photoshop. (I am beginning to love it now, thanks to school!) I searched on Tumblr for pictures that match my dreams and the things I want to achieve in life and created a collage. In this article I will show you my mood board and of course I will tell something about it as well. Keep on reading of you're interested!